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  • Whale watching at Booderee National Park

    Whale watching at Booderee National Park

    January 3rd, 2014Sara Chare
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    Perched on the edge of Booderee National Park’s spectacular cliffs, the ruins of Cape St George Lighthouse offer an excellent vantage point for spotting whales and dolphins in the waters below. Rough Guides writer Sara Chare went in search of nature’s elusive giants. Standing on the viewing platform at the Cape St George Lighthouse in Booderee…

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  • Outback adventures in Broken Hill, Australia

    Outback adventures in Broken Hill, Australia

    December 6th, 2013Sara Chare
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    A remote mining town in Outback New South Wales, Broken Hill nestles up against the South Australian border, 1150km by road from Sydney. Visitors that make the effort to get here will discover a thriving art scene, eerie mine tours and some of Australia’s best desert vistas. Rough Guides writer Sara Chare explains why this town is top for…

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  • Exploring Cockatoo Island, Sydney

    Exploring Cockatoo Island, Sydney

    November 20th, 2013Sara Chare
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    Sitting in the middle of Sydney Harbour, Cockatoo Island is a World Heritage listed location with a wealth of history to uncover. In search of some truths about the island’s dark past as the Australian answer to Alcatraz, Sara Chare follows the Cockatoo Island Convict Trail. Australia itself was once considered to be one big…

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